Rachael J. Brown
Rachael J. Brown earned her plant-based nutrition certification and food and sustainability certification from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and eCornell. After being diagnosed with high cholesterol in her late 20s, she discovered The China Study and started exploring the science of nutrition. After she ate WFPBNO for just 17 days, her cholesterol dropped 50 points. That was the beginning of her family’s journey from the standard American diet (SAD) to a whole-food, plant-based, no-oil (WFPBNO) lifestyle.
A licensed practitioner of massage and the pain neutralization technique, Rachael is also a certified yoga and Pilates instructor and a spiritual director. She completed the 12-Day McDougall Program and has led corporate mindfulness seminars. She received her BA in geography from the University of Washington and has been an adjunct professor in nutrition and wellness.
For Fork’s Sake:
A Quick Guide to Healing Yourself and the Planet Through a Plant-Based Diet
by Rachael J. Brown
T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies graduate Rachael Brown walks you through 10 days of transitioning to a plant-based diet, all while answering common questions about protein, shopping, and getting the family on board with a plant-based lifestyle, each chapter ending up with tips and questions that guide you from one step to another. For Fork’s Sake provides a clear path for people who want to eat plant-based food for their health, and the health of their families.
Rachael also helps people wanting to move toward a whole food, plant-based, no oil diet (WFPBNO) but are unsure where to start.
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